SHOW AND TELL: Bring your stories and memorabilia to the Eatonsville Hall tomorrow.
SHOW AND TELL: Bring your stories and memorabilia to the Eatonsville Hall tomorrow. Tim Howard

THINGS TO DO: Local musicians to entertain at historic hall

Yamba Country Music Club

WHEN: Sunday, noon-5pm.

WHERE: Yamba Bowling Club

DETAILS: Come along for the February Muster. The feature artist is Doug Liebke. Walk ups are welcome. Cost is $5.

The Peruvian Cultural Surfing Tour Presentation

WHEN: Saturday, from 6.30pm

WHERE: Leche Cafe, Yamba

DETAILS: A presentation will be held at Café Leche, Yamba which will be headed by Peru's first World Surfing Champion (1965) Felipe Pomar who is 72 and still charging 30ft waves. Felipe now lives in Hawaii, is a supreme fitness guru and is joined by fellow Peruvians from the Huanchaco World Surfing Reserve committee. Huanchaco is the 5th WSR in the World. Cost is $10 to see the documentary of the project.

Lennon Brothers Circus

WHEN: Daily until Sunday

WHERE: Grafton Showground, Prince St, Grafton.

DETAILS: Come and see Australia's Greatest Animal Circus, with lions, monkeys, camels, the daring wheel of death, flying trapeze all in a thrilling two-hour show. Bookings at Buckley's Music Group, or online.

If These Walls Could Talk project - Show and Tell

WHEN: Saturday, noon-2pm

WHERE: Eatonsville Hall, Orara St, Eatonsville

DETAILS: The first phase of Arts Northern Rivers' If These Halls Could Talk project. Share stories, photos, memorabilia or a connection to Eatonsville Hall. Barbecue and live entertainment by local jazz and folk musicians in the surrounding park. Also meet Frances Belle Parker the visual artist commissioned to create a work inspired by the stories and people of Eatonsville Hall.

Copmanhurst Saddlery Museum

WHEN: Sunday, 1-3pm

WHERE: Next to the Copmanhurst Public School in Prescott St

DETAILS: Open the fourth Sunday of every month, this is a great chance to check out the great range on display. This month Copmanhurst Shire is being featured.

Sale to assist Harmony

WHEN: Saturday 7am-4pm, Sunday 7am-noon,

WHERE: New School of Arts, South Grafton

DETAILS: Fundraiser to help young Harmony Fielden and her family who face daunting medical expenses for the five-year-old's ongoing treatment. Hundreds of items to buy and browse, as well as dog wash at $20 per dog on Saturday.

Lanbruk's Gunyah

WHEN: Sunday, 10am-3pm

WHERE: 423 Carrs Peninsula Rd, Carrs Peninsula via Junction Hill

DETAILS: Monthly open day. Entry to museum, farm animals, olive tastings $5pp, under 12 yrs free. Coffee machine, drinks, etc. and home made sponge with jam and fresh cream available all day at $7. Gift shop will be open. Phone 6642 6640.

Fundraising Garage sale

WHEN: Saturday, from 7am

WHERE: 58 Duke St, Grafton

Details: Good Start Early Learning is holding a big garage sale to raise money for its team that will contest the upcoming Relay For Life. There will be a coffee van and a barbecue sizzling sausages and making bacon and egg rolls, plant stalls, woodworking stalls, Tupperware and more.



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